Next Episode of America's Funniest Home Videos is
ABC's longest-running primetime entertainment show, America's Funniest Home Videos, returns for season 33 this fall with the same mission -- giving families something genuinely funny to enjoy together on Sunday nights."AFV," the longest-running primetime entertainment show in ABC history, returns for season 33 with the same mission - to provide viewers with hysterical moments that fly by at a dizzying pace.
Teachers are interrupted in funny ways while trying to teach virtually; parents attempt the Toddler Temptation Challenge; funny things kids imitate after watching their parents.
A dog is scared of a giant inflatable cat; a grandmother is pranked when her grandchild is replaced with a zombie doll; animals in funny costumes.
Home science experiments going awry; a dog ruins a little girl's air pressure hold test; influence flubs; people scared by birds.
Kitchen catastrophes, featuring a little boy who gets pancake mix everywhere; a teen pranks her father into thinking she broke their new television; birthday party mishaps.
A little girl denies eating ice cream despite the evidence on her face; a donkey manages to lock a man in a barn; a salute to seniors.
Kids are amazed by magic tricks; a dog horrifies its family by bringing a live opossum into the living room; people get soaked by sink sprayer pranks.
A holiday-themed episode featuring a little girl's hilarious reaction to getting a new puppy for Christmas; a dog has wrapping paper stuck to its mouth; funny prank videos.
Drive-through safaris, featuring a camel that uses a side-view mirror to relieve an itch, a man trying to chase a muskrat out of his garage, and mishaps resulting from people being distracted by their smartphones.
Kids and animals sneak food; a little boy eats an entire block of cheese; cats cause chaos; a man unsuccessfully tries to repair his bad haircut.
A son gets his arm stuck in a vase; kids' reactions when candy is left in front of them; the hazards of mud.
Ten finalists go head-to-head for the season's first $100,000 prize; hijinks during distance learning and unlikely mishaps.
A mom discovers her little girl smeared her entire head with vegetable dip; a pet bird won't leave a kid alone during remote learning; parents use fake fart spray to prank their kids on a car trip.
A girl is upset she can't stop eating vegetables because they taste so good; a wild turkey chases a man in his own front lawn; moms discover the messes kids made while they were in the other room.
A cat that likes taking showers.
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